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Topic: TrainingThe new items published under this topic are as follows.
Posted by: pshields on Monday, August 06, 2007 - 01:57 PM 1802 Reads
Posted by: pshields on Sunday, August 05, 2007 - 07:03 AM 2058 Reads
Posted by: pshields on Friday, August 03, 2007 - 10:50 AM 1644 Reads
Posted by: pshields on Thursday, August 02, 2007 - 10:51 AM 1583 Reads
Weightlifting is recommended as part of every person's workout
By Howard Schneider
August 01, 2007
Building muscles, one at a time
The People Who Know What's Good For Us have made life progressively difficult, moving from general recommendations such as "maintain ideal weight" to detailed orders for 60 to 90 minutes of exercise every day.
You can now add weightlifting to the creeping set of obligations. It's not explicit in the government's overall guidelines, but the more detailed suggestions from agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend a couple of rounds of resistance training each week. (And that includes you cardio junkies out there because aaaallllll thaaaaatttt time on the treadmill won't guarantee that you can sit up straight when 27 becomes 77.)
Posted by: pshields on Wednesday, August 01, 2007 - 11:15 PM 1501 Reads
So -- you think you can walk?
August 1, 2007
BY DOUG KURTIS
It's not too late to start training for the Detroit Free Press Half-Marathon competitive and non-competitive walk events. Experts Tami Duquette, Gary Morgan and Jeff Galloway have provided some of their training ideas for walkers, especially for those who are new to the sport.
Duquette, who coaches walkers for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team in Training, noticed many differences between how runners and walkers train.
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Posted by: pshields on Sunday, July 29, 2007 - 02:25 PM 1434 Reads
Faster than the hands of time
by ADAM WHITE
28th Jul 07
Unlocking the secrets of a track master who is at his peak - at age 91
There is a secret to winning a footrace. Anyone who has put enough pavement beneath his or her feet can tell you that it's not how you start, nor how you finish, that determines whether or not you come in first. The secret lies somewhere in between, in the stretch of time known to experienced runners as the third fourth.
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Posted by: pshields on Sunday, July 29, 2007 - 01:24 AM 2829 Reads
Marathon Training Tips: Week 9 - Proper Hydration
Jul 26, 2007
You need to stay hydrated for survival during your training runs. Adequate fluids will make a difference in how you feel, but how much should you drink?
"Ten years ago, we told people to drink as much as you can, you can never drink enough, but that is bad advice, said Dr. Greg Ewert of Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Now, the mantra is, know your sweat rate, how much weight you are losing and maintain that amount of fluid replacement too."
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Posted by: pshields on Friday, July 27, 2007 - 04:03 PM 2546 Reads
What's The Best Way To Train For A Marathon?
By Amby Burfoot
Tricky question. There isn't one right marathon training plan. But these principles help you figure out what works--for you.
Three weeks before last spring's London marathon, I received an e-mail from a friend who's an ophthalmologist (smart, scientific, precise) and a very talented marathoner. He was concerned about Ryan Hall's just-posted blog at runnersworld.com. Hall described a long, fast-finishing 26-mile workout. "Don't you think that's a mistake?" my friend asked me. "He won't be fully recovered in time for the marathon."
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